Aerosmith – Pumping Angel Interviews [Full DVD]

This DVD features tons of in-depth interviews revealing the many aspects that made Aerosmith one of Americas greatest Rock and Roll bands. They have stood the test of time, performing with their original lineup for the past 23 years. They have sold 150 million albums worldwide 65 million albums in the United States alone making them the best selling American hard rock band of all time. They also hold a record 7 gold, platinum, and multi-platinum albums along with scoring 27 Top 40 hits on multiple charts around the world, nine number 1 Mainstream Rock hits and four Grammy awards. The bands loyal fan base, known as the Blue Army, numbers over a million worldwide. This DVD is sure to please them and the countless other Rock and Roll fanatics around the world.
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Kid Rock- Mama kin & Last child Live ( Mtv Icon Aerosmith )

Kid Rock- Mama kin & Last child Live Mtv Icon Aerosmith Full Here In 2002 hard rock band Aerosmith was chosen as MTV’s Icon.[2] MTV Entertainment President Brian Graden remarked that “Aerosmith is one of those very few bands whose influence pre-dates and spans the entire history of MTV. They have become a fixture at the network, and we are thrilled to be able to honor them in this fashion for their continuing contributions to music and music video.”[2] The event began with the previous year’s icon Janet Jackson delivering a testimonial about the band, and featured performances by The X-Ecutioners, Nelly, Ja Rule, DJ Clue, Sum 41, Pink, Shakira, Kid Rock, Train, and Papa Roach, concluding with a five-song set by Aerosmith themselves.

Aerosmith – Walk This Way

OMG!! SICK VID!! 😀 10000 likes for more Aerosmith? =) More than 2 million views now! “Walk This Way” is a song by American hard rock group Aerosmith. It was written by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry. It was originally released as the second single from their 1975 album Toys in the Attic. It peaked at Number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in early 1977, part of a string of successful hit singles for the band in the 1970s. In addition to being one of the songs that helped break Aerosmith into the mainstream in the 1970s, it also helped resurrect their career and revolutionized the new hybrid sub-musical genre of “rock and rap”, or the molding of rock and hip hop music when it was covered by rappers Run-DMC in 1986 on their album Raising Hell. It became an international hit and won both groups a Soul Train Music Award for Best Rap – Single in 1987. The song was also covered by the UK girl groups Sugababes and Girls Aloud as the official Comic Relief single in 2007. In 2010 it was confirmed that UK singer Melanie C will release her cover version of the song in late 2010. The song starts out with the famous two measure drum beat intro by Joey Kramer, followed up the equally famous guitar riff by Joe Perry. The song then goes into the verse, with a steady drum beat and bassline by Tom Hamilton forming as the backbeat, with dueling guitars by Joe Perry and Brad Whitford. Though not verified, it is believed by some that an uncredited guitarist contributed to the song
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